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March 10th, 2010 12:00 am Ali Rothschild | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2010


You won’t find a taste and atmosphere more evocative of childhood than the Grilled Cheese Grill. In the winter months children pour out of the old school bus that serves as a seating area, while cooks grill up more than 17 varieties of grilled-cheese goodness in an adjacent trailer-kitchen. Whether you’re attempting to tackle the Cheesus Burger (a beef patty between two grilled-cheeses, $8), the satisfying Italian-meatball Morton ($6) or delicious veggie Southsider ($5), you’ll find yourself drifting back to your Jell-O-salad days. Best deal: the Hungry Kid—two regular grilled cheeses with tomato soup ($6).

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